When first-year Taylor Shockley found herself trapped at home for the foreseeable future, she, like many Miami University students, quickly began to fall back on projects that might have otherwise been put on the back burner.
SilverSneakers is a free program offered through qualifying Medicare Advantage plans for seniors 65 years and older. According to SilverSneakers’ official website, members receive access to online workouts, more than 17,000 gyms and community centers, fitness classes, a fitness app and discounts on health-related items.
For those taking gap years, financial strains leading to experiential learning are often the main cause, the New York Times reported. Many students across the country are struggling to pay tuition and do not want to spend such high amounts for a reduced college experience.
Whether it’s burgers or birthday cakes, the Oxford Dairy Queen is sure to provide all Oxford residents with yet another option for their late night snack, post-exam reward or just an average day’s treat.
This week on Pop Culture Convos our host (and resident #FreeBritney supporter) David Kwiatkowski is joined by former entertainment editor and Miami grad, Will Gorman, managing editor, Briah Lumpkins, and our new EIC, Tim Carlin for a discussion on the recent New York Times documentary, "Framing Britney Spears."
Denzel Curry has been one of my favorite artists for the past three years. The dude is brilliant, funny and always on the cutting edge. He hasn’t released a single bad album, in my opinion — that’s hard to do these days.
On this episode of Behind the Brick (BTB), host Skyler Perry sat down with the marketing coordinator for the Farmer School of Business at Miami University, Jay Murdock. Learn more about Murdock as he discusses his love for photography, his career in journalism, and his passion for storm chasing.
Being a student with ADHD poses a number of hurdles, especially in the era of online learning. Female students in particular also face issues centered around diagnoses and ADHD awareness. These female Miamians discuss what it's like to juggle the duties of a college student with the challenges of living with ADHD.
While the decision to send all Ohio students home last spring was made by Gov. Mike DeWine, it was up to individual colleges on how they wanted to proceed in the 2020-2021 school year. How do Miami University’s COVID policies and case numbers match up against other schools in Ohio, like Bowling Green State University (BGSU) and the University of Cincinnati (UC)?
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) launched an initiative earlier this month to reduce food waste in campus dining halls by asking students to “pick their portion.” Dining halls across campus now display stickers on the glass in front of food stations prompting students to be specific about the amount of food they wish to receive. Options include double, full and half-portions, as well as “just a taste.”
During a time when nearly one in five Americans and three in 10 Black or Hispanic Americans report knowing a close friend or relative that has died from COVID-19, it’s safe to say there’s been some trauma acquired over the course of the pandemic.
The Biden administration has been reversing and revising Trump-era policies since day one of taking control of the White House, and language is no exception. The administration has changed the rhetoric federal officials use to speak about political issues.
Oxford’s cold shelter operated at 133% capacity for the month of February.
Madelyn Jett and Aidan McKeon won this year’s Student Body President (SBP) election and will serve as president and vice president, respectively, during the 2021-2022 school year. A total of 2,133 students voted in the election.